Naij.com: What messages do you have for the Super Eagles in camp as they are preparing for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers?
Kaita: Well, I just want to advise every player that will be in the camp to give it all for the team, because for some it’s a new opportunity for them and for the returning ones, they should keep pushing, and of course, I am wishing the new coaching crew the best of luck. I believe the guys will keep doing Nigerians proud.
Naij.com: Do you see yourself getting a Super Eagles call up under coach Oliseh?
Kaita: Well, I wish to have a chance again, I am always grateful to play for this great nation, but I am not thinking about that now, firstly I must settle at the club before anything, so, I am more particular about clubs issues first before thinking of the national team but if I get the call, why not?
Naij.com: What inspired your return to Enyimba last season after many years in Europe?
Kaita: I have a passion for the game,that was why I came back home, and, of course, playing in Nigeria after many years in Europe is a new experience for me.
Naij.com: Which club are you with now, and why did you leave FC Ifeanyi Ubah?
Kaita: As soon as we conclude everything with FC Ifeanyi Ubah, I will start with Kano Pillars by the Grace of God.
Naij.com: The Sani Kaita in U20 and the Sani Kaita now, what has changed?
Kaita: Of course, I have gathered a lot of huge experiences.
Naij.com: Why did you collect a red card at the 2010 world cup and do you think it was a fair one?
Kaita: I collected that card because of bad action, bad mistake from me and I am being human and I pray it will not happen to any Nigerian again. It was indeed a terrible experience for my career.
Naij.com: What lessons did it teach you and what advice will you give other footballers?
Kaita: Hmm lessons, many things can and are happening in football field , I just hope and pray it won’t happen to any Nigerian player ever again.
Naij.com: You seem to be psychologically affected?
Kaita: I battled an acute depression in many ways of course, infact, I dont want to say now and start explaining my experience, because, I have already put them behind me.
Naij.com: It was that bad?
Kaita: I received death threats from Nigerians, it was damn much. Glory to God I am still alive standing strong.